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    Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2018

    Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018 title for his extraordinary image, The Golden Couple, which frames a pair of golden snub-nosed monkeys in the temperate forest of China’s Qinling Mountains, the only habitat for these endangered primates. You can see more of his beautiful work on…

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    Botanical: Plant specimens captured against greenhouse glass by Samuel Zeller

    Botanical: A collection of impressionistic plant specimens captured against greenhouse glass. Artist Samuel Zeller is fascinated by the blurred quality of the botanical specimens when gently pressed against the rippled glass. Samuel began documenting this effect in greenhouses across Europe. His collection of images from the last three years have recently been compiled into the…

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    Remote Landscapes and Deserted Buildings Transformed by Colorful Plumes of Smoke

    Clouds of smoke burst upon mountainous terrains, landscapes and deserted buildings. These vibrant, ethereal sceneries are captured by French photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot and are part of their Blossom project. To see more of Chapuis and Pinchot’s work please visit their website and Instagram.

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    Experience the beauty of Mt. Everest at night in time-lapse made by Elia Saikaly

    Adventurer and filmmaker Elia Saikaly has attempted to scale Mt. Everest seven times. Twice he has reached the mountain’s summit, while other times he has survived avalanches, an earthquake, and other life-affirming events during his climbs. Saikaly’s latest short film is a combination of footage from a decade worth of trips to Mt. Everest and the Himalayas.…

  • Exhibition Plastic Ocean by Dutch Photographer Thirza Schaap at Christie’s Amsterdam

    To raise awareness about the plastic soup in our oceans O, Wonder! and Dutch photographer Tirzha Schaap present Plastic Ocean, an exhibition and special publication that showcases a selection of Thirza Schaap’s most remarkable photographs. Schaap collects plastic waste from the shores of South Africa to create compositions that are characterised by their soft colors…

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    Miniature Faux Fur Landscapes Examines the Myth of the Wild-West by Areca Roe

    Areca Roe’s photographic series, ‘O Pioneer,’ seems to depict placid vistas of the American Wild- West. But on closer look, Roe’s images are actually miniature scenes, with faux fur comprising the textured landscapes. You can see more of Roe’s work on her website.

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    Amok Island Paints The Six Stages of Banksia Baxteri

    Amok Island depicts flora and fauna that can be found in the locations of his colorful murals. The artist’s distinctive minimal style is reminiscent of recent trends in digital design. Amok has finished murals in twenty five countries and counting, and also creates smaller paintings, which he sometimes editions as prints. You can see more work…

  • Paolo Pettigiani has been taking pictures since age 11, and in the last few years has produced several series of eye-popping infrared images. Pettigiani’s most recent work showcases the Dolomites, a craggy mountain range in the northeastern region of his native Italy. You can see more of the artist’s photographs on his website.

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    Streaks of Light Through the Hungarian Forests During a Full Moon by David Lados

    Photographer David Lados  captured varying streaks of light slicing through remote areas of Hungarian forests. To capture the contrast needed for his light trails Lados strictly obeyed lunar cycles, only photographing the illuminated targets during the height of the new moon. You can purchase select prints from Lados on his Saatchi Art shop

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    The Polaris Project – Photographs Captured Beyond the Polar Circle by Alex Strohl.

    Alex Strohl is a photographer and filmmaker. He is well known for his breathtaking landscape photographs. As the name suggests, all images were captured in the rough but beautiful landscapes of the polar region. Whether snow covered mountains or the cold sea, Alex Strohl’s Polaris project provides fascinating views of this unique nature. You can find…